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the u.s. respond? plus, fresh outrage over the nsa's surveillance programs after the white house releases secret court rulings. and president obama says he's on a personal mission to make college more affordable. we will tell you what he has planned. >>> welcome to "the journal editorial report." i'm paul gigot. growing here and abroad about america's hands-off approach to the middle east. as new evidence of chemical weapons used in syria surfaces and egypt moves closer to civil war. we a great to have you here. welcome back to the program. >> thank you for having me. >> good. let's look at syria first. a year ago, i think it was the president famously, president obama, fame famously said -- use of chemical weapons would be a red line that syria shouldn't cross and would have consequences. what is assad's calculation that he would cross, be willing to cross that red line? >> small-scale attacks and nothing happened. what happened recently was the sixth attack and -- each attack has been bigger than the previous one with the exception of one in the middle. so -- he has been testin
. whethenow to an ongoing issue oe nsa. it has been the subject of controversy since the lakes of edward snowden which demonstrated the agency was spying on american citizens and breaking court order drills to do so. in a new interview, president obama said this over -- about the oversight of the nsa. >> what was learned was nsa had in it ridley, -- inadvertently pulled the files of americans in violation of their own rules. they presented those problems to the court. the court said, this is not going to cut it. you will improve the safeguards and this is what happened. >> note how president obama the rule violations were accidental. this account ridley contradicts a statement the nsa has made. it said, " rare instances of violations of authority have been found" so not all of these violations were accidental. the president was right when he said fisa courts demanded it makes changes to its surveillance program. "the guardian" has a story about efforts to wring nsa into compliance with court orders. using new leaks from edward snowden, they uncovered that the nsa paid millions of taxpaye
to convince us that nsa's spying the for our own good. as more details surface about the excessive effort should we be concerned? are the media concerned? >> conflictses in the middle east continue to heat up. chemical attacks in syria. killing more than a thousand. the situation raising questions about our president's position. is the press pushing for action? violence against christians on the rise in that region. their plight being ignored by most in the media. murder after white college student by three bored teens in oklahoma. ignites more debate about race and crime. but this time the mainstream media don't seem to be interested. >> welcome, everyone. >> al jazeera america makes its debut. will americans buy what they are selling? if dark clouds are bothering your white house, why not bring in something sunny? >> on the panel this week, writer and fox news contributor judy miller. syndicated columnist cal thompson. jim pinkerton. daily beast columnist kearse ton powers. fox news contributor richard grinnell. "fox news watch" is on right now. >> we can and must be more transparent. s
. obama and the nsa overhaul. >> i wanted to ask you about your evolution on the surveillance issues, even as recently as june you said that these -- the process was such that people should be comfortable with it, and now you are saying -- you are making these reforms and people should be comfortable with those. so why should the public trust you on this issue and why did you change your position multiple times? >> well, i think it's important to say -- i haven't ainvolved in my assessment of the actual programs. in light of thing changed environment where a whole set of questions have been raised, some in the most sensationalized manner possible, where these leaks are released drip by drip, one a week, to kind of maximize attention, and see if they can catch us at some imprecision on something. in light of that, it makes sense for us to go ahead, lay out what exactly we're doing, have a discussion with congress, have a discussion with industry, which is also impacted by this have a discussion with the civil libertarians and see, can we do this bert. >> that was president obama facing skep
, just when you thought the nsa scandal couldn't get worse, now this. reports out the agency can snoop on three-quarters of all internet traffic. those being watched not just terror suspects. innocent miles per hours like you and me. then, a rare moment. hollywood heartthrobs making waves in a good way. what ashton kutchner said that has sarah palin and rush limbaugh singing his praises. "cashin' in" starts now. hi, everyone. i'm eric bolling. welcome to "cashin' in." the crew this week, wayne rogers, jonathan hoenig, katie and juan williams. australian chris lane was in oklahoma to have fun playing baseball at college. they gunned him down for fun. given the number of violent crime on the rise in the u.s., wayne, this is a credible, real threat to the economy. >> oh, yes, eric. for example, the ten most dangerous cities, poverty on the rise, unemployment on the rise. crime on the rise. when you have crime on the rise, you to do something in account of that. police tactic and things that the police have to do to bring the order back to it, has to increase. not at the sacrifice of the p
you thought the nsa scandal couldn't get any worse, now this. reports out the agency can snoop on three quarters of all internet traffic and those being watched not just terror suspects, but innocent americans like you and me. >>> then, a rare moment, a hollywood heart throb making waves in a good way. what ashton kutcher told kids that has conservatives like ted cruz, rush limbaugh and sarah palin singing his praises. "cashin' in" starts right now. >>> our crew this week, wain rogers, jonathan, katie and juan williams. welcome, everybody. australian chris lane was in oklahoma to have fun while playing baseball at college. they allegedly gunned him down for fun and now some australians are calling to boycott tourism to america and given the number of violent crimes that is on the rise in the u.s., wain, you say this is a very credible, real threat to our economy. >> oh, yes, eric. i mean, you have, for example, the ten most dangerous cities in the united states, you have poverty on the rise and unemployment on the rise and you have crime on the rise. now, when you have crime on
of this weekend is you can't -- one of the journalists associated with disclosures around the nsa program that is the news recently, glenn greenwald's heart was recently detained while passing through international transit on the basis of an anti-terrorism law. whether that is related to that intention is something we need to spell on very clearly with regard to legitimate aims. necessity. that is to say the information or surveillance and only be ended taken for which surveillance actions can only be undertaken when there are no clear the means of acquiring the necessary information. when the information to be acquired is of vital importance to addressing the issue at hand or vital to the investigation. adequacy. any instance of communication surveillance authorized by law must be appropriate. that means in practice that the type or form of action with regard to the surveillance, action undertaken must be strictly adequate, it must go no further than what is required to obtain relevant information. proportionality. excuse me. surveillance is a highly intrusive act, directly interferes wi
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issues which are front and center on the minds of many americans. >> don't put the nsa with the irs. they are totally different problems and issues and i believe there is ample evidence that the irs abused the player and daughter liz a political candidate. words from the father/daughter duomaking headlines. >> i am harris faulkner. how will the united states respond to the crisis in syria that has millions of people pouring over the borders trying to escape the slaughter house that their country has become. it could create now havens for terrorist and american national security time talked about the next step and talked about what is unfolding, pictures that are so hard to look at and impossible to aunticate and seem to go along with chemical attacks in syria. and more on the high level meeting for you. and first a deadly game of back and forth played out at this houred in of syria. they are accusing the anti- government rebels of using chemical weapons and others call that a thinly veiled attempt from the nerve gas assault on a neighborhood they say. defense secretary chuck hagel a
is obviously an attempt to distract the american people from benghazi and the nsa and the drone debate and the complete and utter failure of our horrible economy. >> you said all that needs to be said. >> i would just offer on top of that one portuguese water dog, get yourself a yellow lab. right? come on. the other side is the name bo and sunny, these are the names people give dogs when they are not the ones naming them. okay, bo and sunny. if obamas had a sense of humor they would call them achmed and lennon or something like that. no? >> i want to get back to being serious. at a time when americans can't find one job how shameful is it for the president and his family to have two dogs? it is a slap in the face of the american public. >> i am going to say something controversial. i like this dog. i want to pet this dog. >> go to commercial! >> bars and tone! >> i want to give the dog a hug. he has little white boots. sunny, i want to give it a hug and kiss it and pet the dog. i will say it. >> you are like the mayor of san diego. >> i want to get back to something buck was saying. su
asks about it, ti think te nsa could be defined as a scandal. going after the privacy issue, on going after american's information and looking at e-mails. every day, it's worse than we thought. i think glenn greenwald needs to be applauded for what he has done. >> by coaxing edward snowden to go to hong kong? >> who knew he was giving up his life basically to come forward because of his conscious. >> he has no idea what he's doing. >> he had no idea he'd end up in russia. >> go to hong kong, stay in an airport for three and a half week, then go to russia where i really have some freedom. >> manning got 35 years. if i was ed snowden, i'd start taking russian language courses. >> you're not suggesting that ed snowden has come out clean on this now that he's accepted asylum from the kgb. >> where is he going to go? >> stay in the united states and get tortured? >> tortured? water boarding? >> do you think manning was treated well? >> sure. oh, really? >> would you rather get 35 years in jail or go live in another country. >> hicks said i got a problem with the way we handle things in lib
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says the nsa is a menace. and then look out, espn. neil: dennis has had enough of big government. but when it comes to the nsa, actually, yes, the former candidate has heard more than enough about the agency's surveillance abuses of the cost and overreach. so he wants to reach for the stop button. how about the agency altogether? >> if you look at the declaration is clearly violating the constitution and the laws of the land. neil: you sound like a libertarian kind of. >> i am. i believe in liberty and freedom. we cannot let big government and corporations to become familiar with the deeper principles of our costitution. neil: us what you think about domestic surveillance? >> well, one that's agency, the nsa, has unashamedly lied repeatedly, they have lied to congress and the agency has to go. there are ponies of importance here. if you violate the americans rights to privacy, you turn somebody into something that you are out of here. neil: you don't buy the notion that this is being done? >> we have to be protected from an essay now. and they have created this electronic protect
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, a new report says the ns aba -- nsa watches 75%. but there is a plan to put a stop to it. that's at the bottom of the hour on "cashin' in" bunch first on "forbes" the housing recovery or housing rebound? you think by the headlines the housing market is back with a vengeance. but why are some here saying not so fast? that's a flip side. don't go away. uh-oh! guess what day it is?? guess what day it is! huh...anybody? julie! hey...guess what day it is?? ah come on, i know you can hear me. mike mike mike mike mike... what day is it mike? ha ha ha ha ha ha! leslie, guess what today is? it's hump day. whoot whoot! ronny, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? i'd say happier than a camel on wednesday. hump day!!! yay!! get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. yeah, the pain can be really tough. and it's my family that suffers. then i learned that my pain started at my feet. this was me. that's when i found dr. scholl's pain relief orthotics. yep, i went pro. they reduce the impact on my lower body. p-r-o. i get pain
. >> gregg: and brand-new allegations of abuse coming out of the nsa scandal. this time involving workers spying on love interests. really? didn't we used to call that stalking? we've got details. >> we are today standing in the midst of that eternal flame. if we could all but catch a flicker from that ferocious plan of freedom, we could each light a small candle with courage and in our own voice cry out, this little light of mine. i'm gonna let it shine! >> arthel: and remembering a dream. events this weekend recalling the reverend dr. martin luther king, junior's leading the famous march on washington 50 summers ago that changed america forever. >>> we begin with this fox news alert. the west is on fire with little sign of help from mother nature. about 200 square miles burning along the edge of california's yosemite national park. san francisco in a state of emergency with power and water supplies threatened. more than 2500 firefighters are battling the blaze, but they're not even close to bringing the so-called rim fire under control. several homes are destroyed and thousands more thr
with nsa, surveillance, incarceration of people of color, issues around gender and sexuality in this country. it's the issues that is going to sustain this moment, not this coming together. >> reporter: marc anthony neal, thank you for being with us today. to sum up what happened today and why it's so important and what happened 50 years ago is to think about a movement when people picked up the phone and started calling each over, the phone that was joined house by house by the line or going to church and hearing about it from the pulpit or going to work and talking in hushed tones because they were afraid their bosses might listen. and then daring to travel to the movement by bus, wondering if you returned home you would still have a job. that's how much america has changed. think about it, america. where there was no del walters because i was the first african-american on the airwaves in my hometown of wheeling, west virginia, that was the result of martin luther king's dream. >> basically, del, they paved the way for you, and you paved the way for me. that's just fact. th
, did the united states national security agency, the nsa, by the help of internet companies for surveillance programs? newspaper claims to have documents showing the to websiteslions like facebook and google, though they have denied all knowledge prism. yahoo admits receiving money for compulsory called a process imposed by the government. at first it was bill gates, itadays steve ballmer -- now is steve ballmer -- the tiddly woman credited with transforming -- the two man credited with have re-ing microsoft signed. thecompany has long faced decision for for failing to identity rapid changes in the i.t. world and now the search is on for a new boss. >> steve ballmer is most at home selling his product and performing in front of an audience. his enthusiasm is legendary. >> it really is an exciting, exciting day. >> steve ballmer was hand-picked by bill gates to bring commercial savvy to a company where being called a nerd was a complement. wingate stepped down, steve ballmer took over the operation, but -- when bill gates stepped down, steve homer took over the entire -- stev
and cooperation, basically on every consumer in the country. this sounds kind of nsa. >> it is not every consumer, but it is definitely a random set of many consumers in the country. and the points that the cfpb is trying to make with this database is in the working in cooperation with one of the credit bureaus to pull individual consumer affirmation and then require financial institutions to provide individual a confirmation on those consumers so that the cfpb can put together a database that they claim could then be used to really understand the mortgage market. this seems to make a lot of sense from that perspective. the question really is, is it necessary to be focused on individual consumers at the individual level? dennis: yes. >> a big step for the government to be taking that kind of approach. dennis: and if the government wants the information, how about the come and ask me instead of asking my bank. ve also read that i believe that the consumer bureau has sent out requests, thousands of small businesses. some hardware store as a credit account for customers, they want to know about the
the u.s. government assures us that the nsa does not gather data except it is little comfort. seeing who guards the guardians, i prefer the guardian. he is no supporter of edward snowden, but that we had to take blind faith that these secret courts are doing a good job. that is not quite enough. >> one of the horrifying aspects that they are looking at is that people can become conditioned to think that everything they do and think is being watched. that has major ethical and philosophical implications for the way people feel and the way people view themselves, it is a dangerous direction things are going. >> an addendum to that which is incredibly important, we have been finding fragments of information about private security companies and the government's fairly loosely monitored. the oversight question is where the outrage should be focused. snowden worked for a company, not for the government. i think there is one thing we should draw from this, we should learn more about the companies in the shadows. >> thank you for joining us. stay seated, before we go, we will say hello to james.
.s. respond? plus, fresh outrage over the nsa's surveillance programs after the white house releases secret court rulings. and president obama says he's on a personal mission to make college more affordable. we will tell you what he has planned. >>> welcome to "the journal editorial report." i'm paul gigot.
in yosemite national park. the latest on the efforts to beat back the flames. >> and the nsa getting a big endorsement after months of controversy over surveillance programs. we'll tell you who is now defending the embattled agency. >> we begin with a fox news alert out of our nation's capital, president obama holding an emergency meeting today with his national security team. it happened early this morning. on the disturbing reports of a chemical weapons attack in syria and while a u.s. military response is still anything but certain, there are already indications we may be prepared more than ever. to take steps if the president deems it necessary. we go live to washington for more on this. >> reporter: hi, greg. the navy has sent a fourth warship armed with ballistic missiles into the eastern mediterranean sea. according to defense officials. the white house says president obama wants to hear from a united nations team on the ground in syria investigating reports that a chemical weapons attack did happen earlier this week before the president makes a decision about how the u.s. will resp
of control in yosemite national park. the latest on the efforts to beat back the flames. >> and the nsa getting a big endorsement after months of controversy over surveillance programs. we'll tell you who is now defending the embattled agency. >> we begin with a fox news alert out of our nation's capital, president obama holding an emergency meeting today with his national security team. it happened early this morning. on the disturbing reports of a chemical weapons attack in syria and while a u.s. military response is still anything but certain, there are already indications we may be prepared more than ever. to take steps if the president deems it necessary. we go live to washington for more on this. >> reporter: hi, greg. the navy has sent a fourth warship armed with ballistic missiles into the eastern mediterranean sea. according to defense officials. the white house says president obama wants to hear from a united nations team on the ground in syria investigating reports that a chemical weapons attack did happen earlier this week before the president makes a decision about how the
narly hr administration actions. look at the scandals in the irs, and the doj, now dhs and the nsa. these are hr issues. it starts at the top when the big brother bosses besides what rules, what laws they choose to follow that day. >> well, i know that it's -- and it's sometimes difficult to get rid of employees from is state government or the federal government, but if i ran that office or if i ran dhs and someone came to me and said we have someone who everybody's afraid of. the first thing i would say is why are you afraid of him? then i would look at the website. my next question is get him out of here. we'll pay him while he's at home to do some procedure to try to get rid of him. one of the remarks that was made, and i don't mean to insult postal workers, but they said they're afraid he's going to go postal in their house office, not to pick on postal workers, but there's a genuine fear in the environment while the government looks the other way. >> what are they afraid of, getting sued? i have fired people for firing people, i have been sued for firing those who have been en
this in the last few weeks with rand paul raising concerns about all the revelations we had about the nsa and chris christie basically saying, hey, these policies work. i want rand paul to come to new jersey and make the argument to widows of 9/11. where to you come down on that debate? >> i more on the side of rand paul. i am kerped about a government that should be protecting us from our enemies. the nsa has overreached its power and intrusion into our privacy. these are our fourth amendment rights. i'm also concerned about the irs abuse of power and the doj going after reporters like you guys and digging into your e-mails and privacy. we're seeing more and more scandals coming out of the nsa every day. i'm concerned about individual liberty. >> and there is a difference you have with governor cristie over sandy and we'll talk about this later in the show. national conservatives look at governor christie in the last couple years and saying he's not a real conservative. you have looked at him as a conservative more closely than they have. would you tell them chris christie is a conservative? >> i
was the nsa and their search of the american e-mail and the compiling of metadata about the phone calls of americans. collects relations have come to light recently that there were times when the line was crossed. that demonstrates that those mechanisms were in place and the court ruling that that program was unconstitutional in 2011 and setting it aside and ending it was another example of how the process works. we have to continue to focus on striking that balance. >> missile controversy seems to have done something that a lot of people were not thought possible. that is forging a common ground between the libertarians and the liberal side of the democratic party. you get a sense that this is going to be the kind of the finding issue going forward that may be, say, the iraq war was? >> i do not have a sense that this will be a defining issue in that way. as is particularly because unlike the iraq war, where president bush was in office and very affirmatively differed with the democratic base and with face of the entire country where most americans felt that with the wrong war at the w
're thinking about issues around voting rights, we're also thinking about the nsa. and we're also thinking about the fact that that j. edgar hoover moment of listening in on wiretapping is a part of our moment. is there a way we can learn of that historic moment in our contemporary one? >> the civil rights movement was wrestling with the profoundest questions of how a democracy worked. nowadays, we have sound bites of answers and we're divided between two factions, each of whom said we would be perfect if the other half dropped dead. the civil rights movement didn't say that. they said, we should move together. the most common complaint is, why should we keep bringing this up. >> pause for one moment. we have mark morial of the national urban league speaking. >> i stand here to reaffirm our commitment to the civil rights and equal opportunities from then and now, and we must redeem the dream in order to realize the dream. we must redeem the dream, because there are those who have attacked our democracy, our voting rights, and our access to equal economic opportunity. they may wear differen
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